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Category: Policies and Procedures News
To: MOU Financial Leads University Business Managers Finance Council Members HR Officers and Secondary Contacts From: Brian Simet, Director of Payroll Services Payroll Services has introduced a new form and procedure for creating manual checks. The purpose of the creating … Read more
To: MOU Financial Leads University Business Managers From: Mechelle Clayton, IT Manager, Enterprise Applications, ITS Carly Perin, Exec. Director, F&A Finance and Financial Shared Services Date: July 17, 2015 Note the following timely reminders related to default chartfield strings and … Read more
To: University Business Managers MOU Leads From: Henry Price, Budget Officer Emily Coble, Cash Manager With the implementation of ConnectCarolina Finance, the Dual Employment Payment Request Form has been updated to reflect the new chartfield structure. Please pay close attention … Read more
To: University Business Managers School/Division HR Officers and Secondary Contacts Graduate Program Student Service Managers From: Emily Coble, Cash Manager and Acting Director of Accounting Services Date: July 18, 2014 The COBRA benefit associated with the Graduate Student Health … Read more
Please see Policy 306 – Imprest Checking Bank Accounts for an update on Account Overdrafts. Bank of America has changed their policy to charge an overdraft fee for each day the bank account is overdrawn.
As we begin a new fiscal year, I want to remind all schools, units and departments that under the Special Situations Section of University Policy 32 – General Receipts and Deposits policy 302 (https://policies.unc.edu/TDClient/2833/Portal/KB/ArticleDet?ID=131485). It states that all gifts (private, charitable contributions from individuals or organizations) must be deposited through the Office of University Development and should not be directed through the Cashier’s Office.
As communicated in April, the University is implementing a new background check requirement for independent contractors which will take effect July 1.
To: University Business Managers From: Janet Rupert, Director, Systems and Operations During the fiscal year-end review of the University’s financial statements, State Auditors recommend an annual review of our equipment inventories to determine if inventory values are overstated because our … Read more
In order to continue protecting the University community and safeguarding its assets, the University is implementing a new background check requirement for independent contractors which will take effect July 1.